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Northwestern engineers develop smallest remote-controlled walking robot

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Researchers at Northwestern University in Illinois have built the smallest-ever remote-controlled walking robot. The robot is just half a millimeter wide and moves like a miniature peekytoe crab. It is controlled using lasers that heat specific parts of the robot to make them morph into a different shape.
1 month ago·Evanston, United States

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These miniature remote-controlled robot crabs may someday be used in heart surgeries

The smallest ever remote controlled walking robot has been designed by engineers at Northwestern University. It's the size of a flea and looks like a miniature crab.

1 month ago·United States
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Northwestern engineers invent the world's smallest remote-controlled walking robots

Engineers at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, invented the world's smallest remote-controlled walking robot, according to research published in the journal Science Robotics.

1 month ago·Atlanta, United States
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IBTimes

Tiny Remote-Controlled 'Crab' Robot Is Smaller Than A Flea

A team of researchers has developed the "smallest ever" remote-controlled walking robot. The tiny "crab" robot is smaller than a flea and may be used for various tasks in small spaces in the future. Engineers described the rather adorable little robots they developed in their paper published in the journal Science Robotics Wednesday. The micro-sized robot is not only impressively small at just about half a millimeter wide but also quite mobile.

1 month ago·United States
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Sky News

Meet the smallest ever remote-controlled walking robot

Even smaller than a flea, the crab bot created by engineers from Northwestern University could signal the beginning of a new era of microscale robotics.

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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UPI

Northwestern engineers develop smallest remote-controlled walking robot

A team of Northwestern University engineers announced the invention of the world's smallest remote-controlled walking robot, which measures only about one-half millimeter wide.

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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abc 7 Chicago

Northwestern engineers invent world's smallest remote-controlled walking robots

Engineers at Northwestern University have invented the world's smallest remote-controlled walking robots.

1 month ago·Chicago, United States
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